One of my goals for 2015 is to feature more beauty on Fashionista Barbie, now don’t get too excited I won’t be bringing you make-up tutorials, but I will be sharing some of my favourite products, new items that have me excited, as well as tips and tricks from the professionals, I have already lined up a great expert panel covering hair, body and make-up. So first up we have my hair heroes, which basically covers everything a girl with long hair will need to make their locks look healthy, shiny and perfect for styling. It seems a lot of products, but
My wedding is less than 3 months away, the venue is all sorted, so are the dresses, the shoes, the food, and generally most of the big stuff, which means now I am focused on finding the perfect wedding-worthy braids to go with my fabulous dress.
So I have a little treat for you lovely lot – I have ten of these beautiful Matthew Williamson x Toni & Guy wash bags to give away filled with goodies and basically all you have to do is follow Toni & Guy @Hair_Wardrobe. It takes seconds to enter via the Rafflecopter widget below and it is worth it as you get a limited edition Matthew Williamson wash bag, isn’t that print incredible, as well as a few full sized Toni & Guy goodies including shampoo, conditioner, leave in conditioner, which is amazing, and salt spray perfect for those beach waves.
I was excited to see what Lako Bukia was showing for spring/summer 2012, mainly because we’ve been chatting on Twitter, and I certainly wasn’t disappointed. This was my only show at Vauxhall Fashion Scout this season, a little bit because I was only in London for three days, but also because labels that I love such as BodyAmr weren’t showing this season, and I am so glad I went as the collection was simply divine. Taking inspiration from Asian trees and flowers, the collection featured a gorgeous hand-drawn flower print to the collection, making it the first time Lako Bukia had
I was looking forward to this show, mainly as I really enjoyed his Art Deco collection last season, but also because his series of Project Catwalk back in 2008 was the only season worth watching. First off it seemed liked the front row was just full of bloggers which was nice as it created a real buzz for the show, and I was so grateful I was on the front row to see the incredible detailing in Jasper Garvida’s gorgeous ‘Belle’ collection inspired from Paris in 1951. This collection is the epitome of femininity with its pastel shades, pleated skirts, ballerina silhouettes, sequins galore, interlaced